Closing the hub is not some pie-in-the-sky proposition. The lost capacity could be made up for elsewhere in metro Boston.
Having an active airport next to a downtown area that's ready to densify has proven incompatible.
New York City's airports have infrastructure that was once considered opulent, but is now dated.
Improving New York City's existing bus and rail infrastructure for LaGuardia is smarter than building some flashy new project.
This extended essay describes five things that U.S. airports must do to mirror the great airports of Europe.